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CBS4's Documentary 'SCARRED: Lessons from the Cameron Peak Fire' Explores Wildfire's Lasting ImpactIn 2020 Colorado was crippled with a historic wildfire season. The largest fire in the state's recorded history, the Cameron Peak Fire, burned for months.
Watershed Impacts From Cameron Peak Fire Expected To Last For Many YearsScientists and hydrologists say the impact of the largest fire in Colorado history on the Poudre River and Big Thompson River watersheds will last for a decade or more.
Fish Count In Poudre River 1 Year After Destructive Cameron Peak Fire Brings 'Shocking' NewsWildlife officers with Colorado Parks and Wildlife are seeing the detrimental impact the Cameron Peak Fire had on the fish in the Cache la Poudre River.
Efforts To Contain The Cameron Peak And Future Fires: Forest Managers Explain How Prescribed Burns HelpForests full of readily available fuel across our state create conditions in which wildfires can easily spread.
Businesses Continue To Be Impacted By Cameron Peak Fire More Than A Year LaterFor many businesses across Larimer County that operate in, and along, the Poudre and Big Thompson canyons, the lasting impacts of the Cameron Peak Fire are greater than those of when the fire was actively burning in 2020.
Volunteers Work With Forest Service To Restore Trails Damaged By The Cameron Peak FireThe Poudre Wilderness Volunteers, a nonprofit organization which works directly with the National Forest Service, has spent countless hours in 2021 rebuilding and restoring the trails impacted by the Cameron Peak Fire in Larimer County.
Take A Tour Of The Fire Damage In Rocky Mountain National Park After Last Year's Historic Wildfire SeasonAfter the historic wildfire season in 2020, which featured the state’s largest fires ever, CBS4 was given its first tour of the damage left behind in the beloved Rocky Mountain National Park.